On 9 September 2018, Tolstoy turns 190. Hosting a birthday party for a peace-loving, cake-hating, alcohol-reviling (and dead) vegetarian is no mean feat. Luckily I have a trick up my sleeve. https://www.theguardian.com/books/2018/sep/06/war-and-no-pieces-of-cake-dining-from-the-tolstoy-family-cookbook
Another great review from Flavorful World https://flavorfulworld.com/2017/05/15/book-review-leo-tolstoy-a-vegetarians-tale/
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Great review by Melissa (http://readingwithfrugalmom.com/). Tolstoy vegetarian recipe book approved by Frugal Mom. Full review you can find HERE
Tolstoy noted the following in his “Confession”: “I have everything that is typically understood to constitute wellbeing. But I suddenly realized that I do not know why I need all of this and what is the point of my life.” Leo Tolstoy loved to hunt since childhood, ever since his father taught him to hunt. His favorite quarries were bear and fowl, and he loved to go […]
Count Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy, usually referred to in English as Leo Tolstoy was born september 9,1828. Happy Birthday Leo!
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In the late 1880s – early 1890s Tolstoy was very busy with works of art and articles on sexual love. In this time period he wrote “The Kreutzer Sonata”, “Afterword”, articles “On the relations between the sexes” and the beginning of “Father Sergius”. At the same time, Tolstoy extensively wrote about this theme in his letters to different persons, mostly to V. G. Chertkov. He wrote a […]
Great news! Now Amazon.com have not only “Leo Tolstoy’s Family Recipe Book” kindle edition but also paperback. You can buy it HERE. Enjoy and have fun in the kitchen!
In his diary Leo defines his numerous weaknesses. Going through the records, he summarizes his past and values it ruthlessly and critically. “Let us see what is my personality. I am ugly awkward, uncleanly, and, in the worldly sense, uneducated; I am irritable, a bore to others, rude, intolerant, and as bashful as a child. I am almost completely ignorant. What I do know I have learned anyhow, […]